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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered collections of sermons by two or more authors, not limited to one language or religion, and collections of Christian sermons by two or more authors, not limited to one language or Christian denomination. General and Christian works on the art of writing and delivering sermons are entered under Preaching.

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Brantly papers

Identifier: MS 0132

This collection contains account books, scrapbooks, journals, lecture notes, sermons, correspondence, and miscellany of William T. Brantly, Sr.( 1787-1845), William T. Brantly, Jr.(1816-1882), William T. Brantly, III(1852-1945).

Dates: 1819 - 1911

Ethan Allen's "Occasional Sermons"

Identifier: MS 0015

40 addresses delivered by Rev. Ethan Allen on anniversary occasions, days of fasting, funerals, and before various organizations, 1823-1864.

Dates: 1823 - 1864

Hering family scrapbooks

Identifier: MS 1917

This collection contains a two volume autobiography of Joshua Webster Hering, two scrapbooks, and 18 miscellaneous items.

Dates: 1774-1951

John Campbell White papers

Identifier: MS 1005.2

This collection contains supplemental papers to MS 1005, the John Campbell White papers. MS 1005.2 contains sermons, account books, legal documents and correspondence, as well as diaries and financial receipts belonging to Eliza Ridgely White. The scope of this collection spans 1764-1928 contained in 6 boxes.

Dates: 1764-1928

Leakin-Sioussat papers

Identifier: MS 1497

The collection consists of the papers of George Armistead Leakin (1818-1912), of his daughter Annie Leakin Sioussat (1849-1942), and of her son St. George Leakin Sioussat (1878-1960). The collection consists of 50 boxes and spans the period, 17th century-1960.

Dates: circa 1650-circa 1960

Reverend John Hersey collection

Identifier: MS 1016.3

This collection consists of the the personal papers, namely correspondence, belonging to Reverend John Hersey, a Methodist Episcopal minister who came to Baltimore in 1835 as a missionary preacher. The material was collected by the Reverend Fletcher E. Marine during the period 1870-1889 while he was in the course of writing Hersey's biography.

Dates: 1829-1889

Reverend William F. Brand letter books

Identifier: MS 0122

This collection consists of copies of a series of letters between Reverend William F. Brand and Rt. Reverend William R. Whittingham, 4th bishop of Maryland, concerning duties of the clergy as citizens of a divided state and nation.

Dates: undated